Central Asian Assistance Plan (2001-2003): Central Asian Regional Economic Cooperation

Date: December 2000
Type: Country Planning Documents
Country:
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Afghanistan; Armenia; Azerbaijan; Georgia; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyz Republic; Pakistan; Tajikistan; Turkmenistan; Uzbekistan
Subject:
ADB administration and governance; Regional cooperation and integration
Series: Country Partnership Strategies

Description

The Central Asian Regional Assistance Plan describes the planned program of assistance by the Asian Development Bank covering the three-year period 2001-2003. It includes loan and technical assistance projects, as well as other planned activities. This Regional Plan is an update of the initial Plan covering the period 2000-2002, which was prepared by the ADB in December 1999 to February 2000, in close consultation with the concerned Governments and other stakeholders, including non-government organizations. The updated document was discussed with the Board of Directors in October 2000. The assistance plan described is only indicative and may be revised to reflect more recent developments.

Contents

  • Summary
  • Background and Rationale
  • The ADB Initiative Towards Economic Cooperation in Central Asia
  • Sector Priorities and the Proposed Program 2001-2003
  • Addressing Poverty and Governance and other Cross-Cutting Concerns
  • Issues and Challenge
  • Appendixes